You may not have heard of this small grower-producer, but let's just say it is the Champagne house Prince Charles chose to serve on his 70th Birthday.
The wine was fermented and aged in stainless steel. Aged for 3 years on the lees in the bottles. Champagne Lelarge-Pugeot is a boutique, organic grower based in Vrigny, a Premier Cru village situated in Montagne de Reims. The Lelarge family has been making wine since 1789 and Champagne since 1930. Today the estate is headed up by seventh generation Dominique Lelarge, along with his wife Dominique Pugeot and their children. They believe in letting the grapes thrive as naturally as possible in order to express the pure essence of terroir. We love this wine and the people who make it!